Want to e-mail God? An Israeli company will place your cyberspace message in Jerusalem's Wailing Wall.
"We are getting between 15 and 20 messages a day from all over the world," Avi Moskowitz, president of Virtual Jerusalem, said Tuesday. "Once a month, we go out there, take all the prayers we receive and deliver them to the Wall."
Moskowitz said the company does not read the e-mail, which a computer program prints onto four or five sheets of paper that are stuffed in the Wall's crevices along with hand-written messages traditionally left there.
The service is free and available on Virtual Jerusalem's homepage at http://www.virtual.co.il.
Moskowitz said his company's site contained the largest collection of Israel and Jewish-related material on the World Wide Web and that it planned to broadcast a live video picture from the Wailing Wall during the Chanukah holiday in December.